participating in another photo challenge. Each month we will post a different architectural feature and this month the subject was doors. I spent the month mostly on the couch so didn't get out to any of the wonderful old homes to catch a picture of their front doors. Since I didn't want to bow out completely, I have included my front door.........where the welcome mat is well worn with the passing of many loved ones' feet! You would be welcome here, too!
I pledge to have many more entries for February's feature; I am starting to feel like my normal energetic self again!
Friday, January 31, 2014
Tuesday, January 28, 2014
I accomplished 278 yards of Romeldale. This fiber is a cross of Romney and Rambouillet and a very soft, cushy yarn results! Another first fiber for me and it was a great spun - I give it a four star rating!
Saturday, January 25, 2014
(He and his mom have been visiting for a few days-I am on another course of meds and feeling a grand improvement-his mom arrived with another round of sickness and we sent her to the doctors which is why we had Will duty!)
Thursday, January 23, 2014
Our sandhill crane couple come up to the house every morning to ask for corn and lately the male has been banging on the sliding glass door -it is very loud banging, make you jump in your chair banging! He is competing with his reflection-getting all bothered about a problem that is just in his head. I think it is a good lesson for us to make sure that the things that we might rail against all day is really an adversary and not just a reflection of one!
Tuesday, January 21, 2014
Tuesday, January 14, 2014
Monday, January 13, 2014
When a blog friend asks you to knit something for her because she has this idea...I was thrilled to be in on the adventure! Benita is writing a series of patterns based on the inspiration of geography or travel.
website and on Ravelry as pattern or a kit. Ramp up your sock skills with this Trip up the Nile sock!!
Thank you , Benita, for letting me be a part of this adventure! Where do we go next?!
Sunday, January 12, 2014
My trip up to the birthday party included two hours of knitting time. See how the dishcloth just looks striped?
Until you change your angle of viewing and the secondary design pops out!
(I will post Mom's FO's when I see her later on........)
Saturday, January 11, 2014
The ocean reflected the morning storm. It was beautiful for us right after lunch and we had a wonderful beach hour.
Ella plops down and plays with the sand-she is content.
We are taking this with us for a knitting project in the car while we drive up to visit grand babies!
Thursday, January 9, 2014
Tuesday, January 7, 2014
I used this to do the needle felting-much faster than trying it by hand! I used the Accuquilt Go! cutter to easily cut out the snow flakes........yup, I say it often, having the right tools makes a job much easier!
Monday, January 6, 2014
DyedintheWool.biz and it is naturally this chocolate brown color! This breed comes in a full range of browns and even white. I highly recommend adding this fiber to your spinning repertoire!
Seaming up the mitten wasn't as easy as I thought but slow and steady and all that... I think on the next mitten I will be tryi...
The classic sweater for Will is now completed! I hand knit all the ribbing and then seamed it up between naps yesterday. This on...
I might be seeing red, but not in anger! Quite the contrary-I have enough left over yarn to make a matching headband......... because th...
I managed to cut two more quilts out from the bottom of the Christmas prints scrap bins; one fo an adult and one for a child. (I migh...